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The advantages of travel or A little learning is a dangerous thing: Plate 1
(1824); published 1835
from the Cruikshankiana series, published by Thomas McLean, London, 1835

20.7 × 31.3 cm (image) 27.5 × 36.1 cm (plate) 36.5 × 56.4 cm (sheet)
Place/s of Execution
London, England
Catalogue/s Raisonné
BM Satires 14723 ii/ii; Cohn 212, 869 ii/ii; Reid 1252 ii/ii
2nd of 2 states
printed in ink l.l.: J,—etched by G.Cruikshank—
printed in ink l.r.: Pub,,d (d in superscript above ,, ) by Tho,,s (s in superscript above ,, ) M,,cLean (c in superscript above ,, ) , 26, Haymarket, Aug,,t (t in superscript above ,, ) 1,,st (st in superscript above ,, ) 1835.
printed in ink l.c.l.-l.c.r.: The Advantages of Travel;_or_”a little Learning is a dangerous thing.“_Plate1.
printed in ink l.l.-l.r.: Comment se porte mon amie ? … (three lines of text) … cause day note de Rum in de Sauce
printed in ink (in image) u.l.-c.: (text on shop front and signs)
Accession Number
International Prints / International Prints and Drawings
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Gift of Mr B. Moore, 1899
This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of the Joe White Bequest
Gallery location
Not on display